Apple has announced iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010 on Monday, June 7th. iPhone 4 will hit shelves on June 24th in five countries (US, France, Germany, United Kingdom and Japan.). You can pre-order the iPhone 4 online beginning June 15. The new iPhone 4 comes in both Black and White colors.
Now the question is: How much iPhone 4 will cost?
In US, the AT&T’s customers who are eligible for upgrade or not, the iPhone 4 will cost:
All new and current iPhone customers who are upgrade eligible, plus existing customers who choose to upgrade early must agree to a two-year term commitment, and select an eligible voice and data plan for iPhone. No commitment pricing does not require a two-year term commitment, but does require both voice and data service.
AT&T will also offer current iPhone 3GS 16GB and 32GB models at new, lowered price points of $149 (16GB) and $199 (32GB), with a two-year term commitment plus voice and data plans, while supplies last.
Existing iPhone customers eligible for an upgrade between today and the end of this year have been made immediately eligible for AT&T’s best pricing for iPhone 4 with a new two-year term commitment. Consumers can verify upgrade eligibility at www.att.com/iphone today. Business customers can verify upgrade eligibility at AT&T’s Premier site, https://www.wireless.att.com/business/. Read More
More on iPhone 4 and iOS 4 coming shortly. Stay Tuned!